Join us on November 6th for our Open House in San Francisco
Future 500 Newsletter
The bridge between corporations and NGOs
COME CELEBRATE FUTURE 500’S NEW DIGS
Join us onNovember 6that our new San Francisco office. Cocktail with our team and board, relax with a glass of wine and listen and converse with a genuinely diverse group of friends.
You will meet people you know, but more importantly, you will meet people you don’t know: human rights and environmental activists, corporate executives, progressives, conservatives, innovators, investors, and others. We hope you can join us! Please sign up here.
The Circular Economy
Last week Stakeholder Engagement Manager Brendon Steele participated in the Ellen McArthur Foundation‘s second acceleration workshop, held in Amsterdam to bring together the world’s top businesses, local governments, and academics to catalyze the transition from a linear “take-make-dispose” to a circular closed-loop economy. Brendon spoke on some of the challenges and opportunities for enabling circularity in the American economy. You can view his presentation here.
Engaging Outraged Stakeholders
How can corporate executives and NGO activists find common ground and achieve systemic solutions to pressing social and environmental issues? Future 500 has released a practical how-to guide on stakeholder engagementdrawing from almost 20 years of experience building bridges among adversarial groups. Learn from Bill Shireman, Erik Wohlgemuth, and Danna Pfahl how to create sustainable economic growth. The book, now available on Amazon, includes several stakeholder engagement case studies.
In late September, two weeks before the government shutdown, Future 500 convened conservative leaders in Washington, D.C., to discuss the future of the conservative movement and the GOP.You can follow the debate here and access videos summarizing the remarks of the panelists such as Daniel McCarthy, editor of the American Conservative Magazine.